LGBT Youth Line & The Jupiter Project Present: TRANS 101 WORKSHOP! + ASL CLASS! Tuesday March 29 | 7pm-9pm D-Beatstro | 1292 Bloor St W (Landsdowne Station) Free of Charge | Wheelchair accessible | ASL interpretation Tokens + Food provided Facebook Event | Click Here This workshop will talk about what it means to […]
The LGBT Youth Line is evaluating their help lines to identify ways to better serve LGBTQ+ youth across Ontario. They have hired an external consultant (Anu Radha Verma) to gather information from service users, volunteers, and staff through multiple engagement tools. There is a survey is intended for LGBTQ+ youth across Ontario that may have […]
We are so excited to announce LGBT Youth Line’s First Annual Craftathon!!! The date is set as Saturday, March 19th from 1-4pm at Sherbourne Health Centre. We need more teams of amazing Youth Line supporters to join us in 3 hours of crafty camaraderie. Click on the link below, and/or come to our Information Session […]
BOLD AND BRAVE: BIPOC SELF-CARE February 24, 7-9pm at D-Beatstro (1292 Bloor St. W by Lansdowne Station) This is a workshop for LGBTQ+ Black, Indigenous and people of colour to talk about our particular challenges, and successes in self-care, tools to self-care, and to share affirmation. Topics on the table are: Community and dissipating […]
Please note that effective end of January 2016 our existing Executive Director, Gitanjali Lena, will be ending her engagement with the LGBT Youth Line.
We had a very happy new year here at Youth Line! The amazing folk at We’re Funny That Way Foundation read about our need for a new phone system, and donated $7000 to the $1581 we’d already raised from our beloved community to help us EXCEED our $8000 goal! Here’s some info about this important […]
Youth Line needs a new phone system! More LGBTTQQI2SA Ontario youth than ever are aware of our service thanks to increased provincial outreach. Now that our peer support volunteers are available by text message, online chat and by phone, youth can contact us more easily using the platforms that they are most comfortable with. Demand […]
“Times have certainly changed in the past two decades, but Youth Line remains an essential support service to the LGBTQ youth of Ontario.”
We are currently accepting proposals for an evaluation of our help line service. Click for more details.
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